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for hillary clinton? did obama despise bill? tonight live from washington with the explosive details from the sec well to "game change" and joining me to talk about and and more, who else on halloween but an -- ann caulter? >> and boston strong and stronger. the city bounces back after the bombings. i'll talk to the most injured man from the attack and find out even if you're not a red sox fan, we all have a reason to celebrate. >>> the big story, the breaking news on the 2012 white house race, brutal and personal and we only know half of it. "the new york times" is reporting the new book "double done" reveals obama was poised to put hillary clinton has his running mate. candy, explosive stuff in this book. >> you know, if you're a junky and there at the time and remember certain things going on, it kind of helps everything come together and you're right, the lead of this at least according to the new york times version of reading this book is that top aids to the president said we need to go and poll tabs. they were low 40s, about where they are right now and they were worri
as the nation remembers john fitzgerald kennedy. how will we remember this president? will barack obama's legacy be a failed health care law. is obama care his katrina? >> i'm not a perfect man and i will not be a perfect president. >> and the president survived clinically and what about the second term agenda? i'll ask the man that wrote a book on him and one of barack obama's biggest survivors. will he stand by his man? >> howard dean, the former presidential candidate and david gurrigan. let me start with you on this. i watched the president's press conference yesterday, and as he went on and on and on and on taking the blame, soaking it in and so on, i just began to find myself distancing myself from him in term s of credibility and thinking why are you talking so much about this? just get it fixed. >> well, sometimes he does seem to think the longer he talks the more he persuades and i think that's wrong. i think it's just the reverse. if you're more transparent, he got into trouble because of when he said. that's most of the trouble saying it over and over and over again, i feel like your
the affordable care act obama care as it's called was becoming increasingly unpopular in the final weeks of this campaign in virginia. but in the end, a win is a win as you know. and terry mcauliffe will be the governor. >> in terms of chris christie, wolf, obviously a big big win. but significantly i think for his prospects going forward as a potential presidential candidate. right across the board in almost all the key demographic, african-americans, latinos, women. what does that say about his chances at a general election? and will it help him get to a place where he can be a republican nominee? >> you know, he certainly would be a formidable challenger. let's say hillary clinton got the democratic nomination. chris christie has the incumbent governor of new jersey would certainly be formidable. his big problem, though, is going to win that republican nomination. he's got to win in conservative states like iowa or south carolina. that's not going to be easy for chris christie. but still a lot of time between now and then. >> finally, wolf, new york city the first democratic mayor in
at that obama wins almost 60-40. that's what terry mcauliffe needs because there is a lot of voters. if you look at the counties, turnout is nowhere near. you move further out, more competitive, prince william county, again, more than enough votes to turn that margin. terry mcauliffe needs to keep this blue. as you look at the map here, dark blue means heavily democratic vote. a lighter blue is a lighter leaning democratic but not by a strong margin. if the rest of the votes come in here, wolf and stays dark blue, there are now have votes to make up that 2 2,000 vote difference. when you look at the map, the reason this race is so close is essentially as we count the final votes, both candidates performed where they need to. smaller rural counties where republicans need to run up numbers, ken cuccinelli did that. african american population blue, what the democrat needs to do, democratic counties but virginia decided right here it a big state, but it is now decided by the four or five counties here on washington dc that's where the population great is and the largest pocket of latino voters are,
to get information into peop people's heads. i don't think obama should have lied to people. >> it was a lie, wasn't it? >> hold on first of all, insurance companies are always dropping people. it went on before obama care and still. we're losing perspective. he couldn't have been so play tent to say ironclad guarantee. can you imagine what it would be like if he said yeah, some people your rates will go up. the thing passed by this much. if they said that, they might have lost the whole thing and politicians are always making compromises like that for crying out loud. they made a compromise on slavery. >> when i see the president of the united states repeatedly including the state of the union assuring the american people, look, you want to keep your doctor, plan you will. he said it again and again and again. >> let's look perspective again on this. why did we do this? why did obama -- a lot of people when they got into office said he made a big his stake. this is the economy. we went into this for a couple runs. upwards of 50,000 people were dying every year, needlessly d
everything to obama care and the nfl and jfk. the 50th anniversary, joining me live, right now, in fact. the was a truly amazing day. without angie's list, i don't know if we could have found all the services we needed for our riley. for over 18 years we've helped people take care of the things that matter most. join today at angieslist.com i have a big meeting when we land, but i am so stuffed up, i can't rest. [ male announcer ] nyquil cold and flu liquid gels don't unstuff your nose. they don't? alka seltzer plus night fights your worst cold symptoms, plus has a decongestant. [ inhales deeply ] oh. what a relief it is. >>> look at the guy next to you. look into his eyes. now, i think you're going to see a guy who will go that inch with you. you're going to see a guy who will sacrifice himself for this team because he knows when it comes down to it, you're going to do the same for him. that is a team, gentlemen! >> hell yeah. >> one of the greatest sports motivational speech in the history of movies. al pacino, and the miami dolphins, joining me now, oliver stone. his book is in paper
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this a sign of things to come? two experts weigh in. and 50,000 people are so far enrolled in obama care, the administration won't confirm the number, is it doom before it even started. i talked to angelina jolie's surgeon, and to cnn's survivor. and anderson cooper is live in the philippines. anderson, thank you very much, indeed, obviously, you're in manila, about 500 miles north of tacloban. what do you hear about the scale of devastation? >> yeah, we actually were flying into tacloban about two hours ago, that is just the latest concern, another tropical storm coming in, putting more water on the ground, with so many people looking for shelter, so many looking for food and water trying to deal with injuries, as well. the hospital in tacloban has been overwhelmed, as well. they stopped admitting new patients. they were just giving first aid to a lot of patients. relief efforts are under way. but at this point the needs of the people are so great. tacloban is a city of some 200,000 people. we don't yet, piers, have an accurate count of how many people lost their lives, how many are wou
lost the race, she has choice words for the president on obama care. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. [ male announcer ] your eyes. even at a distance of 10 miles... the length of 146 football fields... they can see the light of a single candle. your eyes are amazing. look after them with centrum silver. multivitamins with lutein and vitamins a, c, and e to support healthy eyes and packed with key nutrients to support your heart and brain, too. centrum silver. for the most amazing parts of you. >>> last time i talked with ann romney, it was in my home town of london, and she and her husband were campaigning. ann romney writes about her family in a new book "the romney family table." welcome back, how are you? >> terrific. >> when i take you back, i remember walking around this old military site where we did the interview in london. and it was really getting tense. i could see the pressure was building, in the late summer, when i take you back to that moment what was going through your mind? >> wel
obama lays down the guns on the big screen. >> when it comes to issues like gun violence, we got to make sure that we're not glorifying it because of the stories you tell shape our children's outlook and their lives. >> the first anniversary of sandy hook weeks away, is it team for hollywood to take the lead and keep our kids safe from guns? >>> i want to begin with the story that everyone in america is talking tonight for obvious reasons, a storm barrelling across the country and threatening millions of american's thanksgiving plans. george howell in buffalo, welcome to both of you. pretty rough in both places. let me start with you, if i can, george howell, what is the situation in buffalo? >> reporter: piers, so we are just now starting to see the beginning. earlier, it was light snow. now as you can see now the snow is heavier, just starting to stick on the ground and anywhere from 4 to 6 inches of snow in the city of buffalo and then in the south towns and the southern area here. we know that they could see anywhere from 6 to 8 inches, even a foot. this plays out over night into wed
and possibly doubling that, that is really worry some. >> let me turn briefly for a minute to obama care. president clinton today came out with a striking presentation of president obama. let's listen to what he had to say. >> i personally believe even if it takes the change in the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people. >> sanjay, we know the takeup on obama care has been extremely low. the white house has now conceded with the numbers published, they will be very low. we have president clinton really directly challenging president obama to -- if it means changing the law, to change the law to keep his word if you want to keep your plan or doctor you could. this is turning into a huge mess, isn't it? >> yeah, i think there is no two ways about that. you know, i think with regard to this idea of keeping the plans, i think this is another example of the message really having been not properly given, and, you know, we talk about the specific thing that if you have your insurance, you can keep it. as president clinton said that's not true.
secretary kathleen sebelius taking a lot of heat for the failings of obama care and the go many is hoping to keep the pressure on her boss. a rising republican star, author of "unintimidated." welcome to you. >> good to be here. >> are we in a position where republicans would love kathleen sebelius to keep her job as long as humanly possible? >> many of us like yourself warned about the problems we're seeing with obama care, not just with the rollout but as i cautioned to many republicans in my state and across the country, we need to be careful. we need to join with americans and join in their frustration, not in any way look like we're relishing this and if obama care goes over the cliff, we shouldn't be the ones pushing it. we should be back trying to help everyday americans find a better way, a better alternative and that's what we're trying to do. >> does the apparent catarrhaphy of obama care in any way justify the government shutdown? because at the time the republicans were getting heat for forcing that but now some are saying well, they had a point, didn't they? >> well, i said m
>>> this is "piers morgan live." does obama care have a dangerous preexisting condition. >> this is like having a really good product in a store and the cash registers don't work and there aren't enough parking spots and nobody can get through the door and so we are working over time to get this fixed. >> is it all too little too late? frank rich tells me how the gop is turning this debacle to his election advantage. >>> also, why do the miami dolphins quarterback say this? >> i think if you ask john martin a week before who his best man on the team was, he would say richy incognito. >> really? the player that fled the team saying he was being bullied. this man caught on tape in a bar by tmz? >> listen, i need -- >> who wants [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. >> what a gentleman mr. incognito. what is really going on here and what the nfl's playbook is for crisis control and nuke this, why some environmentalest say nuclear energy is good for the planet. the man behind "pandora's promise". >>> obama care and how it almost changed the course of the lieutenant governor's case. joining
much indeed. >>> and more tonight on the political disaster of obama care. will the dismal enrollment cause problems with obama's health care? >>> and how worried should we all be? a heated debate on extreme weather. and later, a diagnosis of cancer. and we'll talk to angelina jolie's surgeon, and also a survivor. my customers can shop around. but it doesn't usually work that way with health care. with unitedhealthcare, i get information on quality rated doctors, treatment options and cost estimates, so we can make better health decisions. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. customer erin swenson ordebut they didn't fit.line customer's not happy, i'm not happy. sales go down, i'm not happy. merch comes back, i'm not happy. use ups. they make returns easy. unhappy customer becomes happy customer. then, repeat customer. easy returns, i'm happy. repeat customers, i'm happy. sales go up, i'm happy. i ordered another pair. i'm happy. (both) i'm happy. i'm happy. happy. happy. happy. happy. happy happy. i love logistics. does your mouth often feel dry? a dry mouth can be a side effe
it's just difficult. so people -- we're in dire straits as far as hope and i believe obama and mr. biden, the vice president, gives the people in that desperation need that hope. >> now, since then, that was a year ago, of usually they tried to do this with obama care -- >> this really went horrible, didn't it? >> yeah. >> it's really bad. >> the idea behind it, you would be supportive of the idea of bringing millions of americans into health care who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford it? >> if they can get the health care, but as of now, it doesn't seem they can get it. i was for it 100% but we just have to come to the reality that it didn't work. >> when you saw barack obama, the first african american president in the country's history staring down at cameras repeatedly before all this happened saying if you want to keep your doctor or keep your plan, you can do that and now it turns out that's completely untrue, that he basically told a falsehood, does that diminish him to you? does it reduce his standing as a president? >> well, maybe as a president. i don't know what it t
winner speaking out living with bipolar disorder and why and how the obama mess can be fix pd. he's in the chair with me tonight. i got this. [thinking] is it that time? the son picks up the check? [thinking] i'm still working. he's retired. i hope he's saving. i hope he saved enough. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. whether you're just starting your 401(k) or you are ready for retirement, we'll help you get there. congestion, for the smog. but there are a lot of people that do ride the bus. and now that the buses are running on natural gas, they don't throw out as much pollution into the air. so i feel good. i feel like i'm doing my part to help out the environment. setting up the perfect wedding day begins with her arthritis pain, and two pills. afternoon arrives and feeling good, but her knee pain returns... that's two more pills. the evening's event brings laughter, joy, and more pain when jamie says... what's that, like six pills today? yeah. i could take two aleve for all day relief. r
winner speaking out living with bipolar disorder and why and how the obama mess can be fixed. he's in the chair with me tonight. >>> get away from my wife and my baby with the camera. what the [ bleep ]. >> alec? >> get away from my kid with the camera. you know what's going to happen to you, don't you? come on. [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. >> alec baldwin's rant. going too far, the f word, the one was called a homophobic slur and one he denies using. what is to say what we can and cannot say. joining me now my panel. welcome, gentlemen. it's a bit of a hind field, before we started this segment, we were like deliberating what words i could say on air for example, even if we're doing it as part of a debate. i decided to shift it to you guys so you can say what the hell you like. don, put it in perspective because we had the "n" word debate. you had a fascinating program about it. what it comes down to, think is this, is is it acceptable for any part of society to use these words? in other words, can gay men use the f word themselves in their own community, for a better phrase, can black
. >> what do you make of the obama care dispute? >> we don't know. ponder the mystery of obama care. will it be less money or will it be -- will it cost us or will it not cost us? we're told by experts so we need to wait and see. if in time that we see that the costs are increasing we have to do something about it. but if obama is correct and that health program lessens the cost of this extraordinary accounting of medical costs, then we're home free. >> how would captain james t. kirk run america right now if he was president? >> fire them all and have a new election. given what the american people and polls are saying, there would be a really rational decision to have elections. >> this whole album cover is fantastically mysterious and weird and strange. >> it's not weird or strange. the music is by billy sherwood who is a great musician. he's written tremendous music. there's great musicians on the album. >> let's take a look at some of this. >> the confusion of faith and the logic of clarity. the tranquility of summer and winter's ferocity. the harshness of reality and the luxury
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him to barack obama. when we get a woman as president i think you can see a direct line to that, as well. he put across that nuclear test ban treaty which was a major advance. he also put that civil rights bill before the congress, and he was taking a big political chance. he and bobby kennedy were convinced that it risked his re-election in 1964. and the peace speech at american university in june of '63, it was a great state paper. i think if he had lived and had a second term we would have seen detente with the soviet union sooner than it occurred under richard nixon. >> james swanson, i think the impact of him globally and his death. my mother was 18 when he died. she remembers spontaneously bursting into tears because he radiated such excitement and hope and inspiration with these great speeches and great rhetoric and he was handsome and young and vibrant. do we miss that part of his legacy when we discuss kennedy? is that not in itself a mark of a great president that he can affect people so much around the world? >> exactly, piers. kennedy's greatness, which exists, almos
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